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Retaining report schedule settings when porting to new server

Retaining report schedule settings when porting to new server

Retaining report schedule settings when porting to new server

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Hello

We've just upgraded our Info7 server hardware to something more robust and are about to port all our existing reports across to it.

We have about 400-odd scheduled report instances running on the old server and I've heard a rumour that all the schedule settings will need to be re-keyed once the reports themselves are ported across.

Can anyone confirm or deny? I need to know how big a lunch to pack that day.........

RE: Retaining report schedule settings when porting to new server

In the past, I have just backed up cinfo.mdb - Reinstalled CI 7.0 then copied back over cinfo.mdb - Everything must remain the same as your previous install - Report locations, etc.

Brian
http://www.crystalcommunity.com

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